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ABC Transport founder, Nneji unveils new book, ‘Who Says You Can’t’ in Lagos today

As part of last lap of festivities to mark the Silver Jubilee of leading indigenous transport and allied logistics group, ABC Transport Plc., all roads lead to the main hall of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Victoria Island, Lagos for the launch of the founder’s his new book.

Part of the book launch build up continued yesterday as the transport czar rang the Closing Gong Ceremony to commemorate his company’s 25th Anniversary at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Monday, May 14, 2018.

Titled ‘Who Says you Can’t-Timeless Lessons and Experiences in Business’, the unveiling ceremony will attract crème de la crème in the Nigerian business world including chairman of MTN Nigeria, Pascal Dozie, chairman of Fidelity Bank, Ernest Ebi, CEO of Emzor Pharmaceuticals, Mrs Stella Okoli and others in the transport and logistics industry.

Written from beginning to the end by the transport czar, Mr. Frank Nneji, Business Hilights gathered that one of the founders of Author Anderson Group and chairman, Editorial Advisory Board of BusinessDay, Dick Kramer, will serve as the chairman of the launch.

Whereas the erudite professor of Political Economy, Pat Utomi wrote the Forward, industry analysts say the book will unlock the potentials of new entrants into the nation’s transport and logistics sub sector of the economy for strategic investment decisions.

It would be recalled that last December, the ABC Transport chief, declared to run for the governorship in Imo State and has since built up an intimidating followership ahead of elections next year in the state.

Few months ago, the leading investor in Nigeria and West Coast’s transport and allied services won top West African tourism award to join the Top 100 Tourism Personalities in West Africa Awards and Recognition held in Accra, Ghana, recently.

Nneji’s award, which was presented to him at ABC Transport’s corporate headquarters in Lagos, was in recognition of his trail-blazing initiatives that have transformed passenger land transportation across West Africa.